Definitions for "averaging"
see Signal Averaging.
A processing technique used by digital oscilloscopes to reduce noise in a displayed signal.
A standard means of improving the signal to noise ratio (and therefore our ability to record an identifiable response) based on the assumption that the signal (response) occurs at a fixed time (latency) after the evoking stimulus whereas the noise is random. Multiple (n) samples of activity are recorded over a fixed time period following each stimulus and are summed. The signal will sum algebraically whereas the noise, if truly random, will sum by n
see dollar cost averaging, value averaging, averaging down. More generally,...
Buying the same security for a fixed dollar amount at fixed periods of time. (See Dollar Averaging.)
Also known as "dollar cost averaging". This is purchasing a second lot of a previously purchased stock to lower the overall cost per share.
The method of averaging is an approach to obtain approximate analytical solutions to nonlinear ordinary differentail equations.
Keywords:  dsa, rms, asynchronous, accuracy, peak
In a DSA, digitally averaging several measurements to improve accuracy or to reduce the level of asynchronous components. Refer to definitions of rms, time, and peak-hold averaging.
when a recorded holder applies for several separate leases, at the same time, for contiguous mining claims held by that client, the total area of that group of claims can be averaged. This can minimize the amount of work or money due for oversized claims.
a.k.a. matrix metering or segmented metering. This type of system takes a light reading from many different areas of the frame. The microprocessor then calculates this information into a composite reading that takes into account the differences within the frame.
A method in which one can average over the period of some system when one of the variables evolve slowly compared to length of the period.